The union representing thousands of Fred Meyer workers in Oregon and southwest Washington called on consumers Sunday to boycott the grocery chain, accusing the company of unfair labor practices ahead of another round in 15 months of negotiations that also involve Albertsons and Safeway stores in the region.
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(Update: Adding other mugshots, correcting 2 names)
Neighbors' complaints of possible drug sales led to a raid on a southeast Madras home Sunday morning and the arrests of 10 people, including the homeowner, police said.
Madras police and officers with the Central Oregon Drug Enforcement Team and... Read more »
(Update: Despite police on hand, absenteeism surges to 40%; unfounded shooting threat at Prineville school)
A 12-year-old Bend boy was arrested Monday on charges he made an online threat of a shooting at Cascade Middle School during a weekend video game chat, prompting extra police presence at the... Read more »
The FBI has arrested a U.S. soldier who allegedly discussed plans to bomb a major American news network, planned to travel to Ukraine to fight with violent far-right group Azov Battalion and allegedly distributed information online on how to build bombs. He also allegedly suggested targeting Democratic presidential candidate Beto... Read more »
Fort Bliss is proving to be the perfect place for a visiting National Guard unit from the East Coast to do its final training before deploying.About 4,000 soldiers from the 30 th Armored Brigade Combat Team arrived at Fort Bliss in mid-August and they will train here for about... Read more »
San Marcos High School was placed on lockout for a short time Monday morning after someone reported hearing gunshots in the area.The first reports came in around 10:45 a.m. near the Vons at Turnpike and Hollister in Goleta, about half a mile away from the campus.The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's... Read more »
Two cars collided in a drunk driving crash in far east El Paso on Sunday night that killed one of the motorists, police confirmed Monday.
It happened at the intersection of Pebble Hills Boulevard and Red Sails Drive about 8 p.m. Sunday.
Police on Monday identified the deceased as 30-year-old Joseph Gomez... Read more »
El Paso police on Monday publicly released mugshots of two men recently arrested, one for a stabbing attack that resulted in serious injuries and the other for a deadly shooting at a bar.
Ramon De La Luz, 22, is being held on $100,000 bond on a charge of attempted murder in... Read more »
Santa Barbara County officials will hold a second meeting Monday to talk about potential Public Safety Power Shutoffs in the area.
SoCal Edison and PG&E have said they could turn off power when there is high fire danger. The goal is to prevent the utilities' equipment from sparking a wildfire.
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A private security firm hired to patrol the Whitewater River area near Interstate 10 is keeping hundreds of people out of the dangerous water every week, according to data collected by the Coachella valley Water District (CVWD).CVWD hired Southwest Protective Services to provide security services daily -- initially from sunrise... Read more »
A troubling new study from the Southern California News Group shows that roughly 1 in 5 California high school students contemplated suicide from 2013 through 2017.
The story also shows specific rates for the three public school districts in the Coachella Valley.
News Channel 3 will report on the issue, including a... Read more »
PG&E is conducting planned maintenance and refueling on one of its two reactor units at Diablo Canyon Power Plant.The utility announced Monday that workers had safely shut down Unit 2 on Sunday.During the outage, PG&E employees and about 1,000 temporary workers will be replacing a portion of the reactor fuel,... Read more »
The National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administrations's Fall outlook is calling for above normal temperatures throughout the United States, including the Coachella Valley. The beginning of Fall means Astronomical Fall beginning today, September 23rd. Meteorological Fall began on September 1st. Taban Sharifi will break down the difference and what that means... Read more »
The four candidates running for a Palm Springs city council seat in District 1 participated in a forum Sunday afternoon.
"The organized neighborhoods of Palm Springs hold candidate forums we've done it for many years," said Robert Farran, co-chair, candidate forum committee.
The open forum was hosted at Demuth Community Center,... Read more »
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — An Oregon state representative is encouraging people to loiter at Clackamas Town Center after she says her teenage daughter was harassed and racially profiled by mall security for sitting in her car with friends.State Rep. Janelle Bynum, a Democrat from Clackamas, said her 17-year-old daughter was... Read more »
Dozens of students moved into the residence hall at OSU-Cascades on Sunday, three days before the official start of the school year.
Among the 176 students who will be living on campus, 100 are first-year students, 45 are from other states and six come from other countries, including... Read more »
Veterans for Peace hosted their 14th annual International Day of Peace event at the Miracle Springs Resort and Spa in Desert Hot Springs Sunday night.
The event featured several speakers, musical performances and recognized members of the community for their service in various fields handing out several "peace day awards."... Read more »
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — The former chief executive of the Oregon Travel Experience was not wrongfully terminated for whistleblowing, the Oregon Court of Appeals has ruled, reversing a trial court's judgment which allowed a jury to award her $1.26 million in 2016.The Statesman Journal reports that instead, the court said... Read more »
KALISPELL, Mont. (KECI via CNN Wire) -- How far would you go to find your furry family member?One Washington woman went to great lengths – she quit her job.Carole King's visit to Montana took a turn when her family dog went missing. Katie has been King's constant companion for seven... Read more »